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Approaches to the Care of the Adolescent Patient

GEHC-SHSWH-DRSE-OT9202
Clinical Training
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The major approaches to treating adolescent patient is to optimize the clinic for them; and balancing autonomy, consent, confidentiality, and safety.  After completing this course, you should be able to: • Explain five techniques to promote an optimal adolescent–provider visit • Summarize rationale for confidential visits and effective techniques to obtain a confidential reproductive health history from an adolescent patient • Identify how to disclose the limits of confidentiality and how to handle disclosures that require reporting to child welfare or law enforcement • Describe the epidemiology of adolescent sexual practices and the need for effective adolescent contraception • Conduct comprehensive contraceptive counseling with adolescents using asset-based approaches, motivational interviewing, and shared decision-making principles • Assess the indications, medical eligibility criteria, and efficacy of available contraceptive methods for adolescents

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